|Title:||Director of Strength and Conditioning and Assistant Football Coach -- Offensive Line|
|Previous College:||M.S. Adult Education, Troy Univ.-Montgomery; B.S., Social Science and Health Science, Troy State Univ.|
Charlie Goodyear joined the Huntingdon staff as the offensive line coach in 2004 after two years as a graduate assistant coach at Troy University. In 2005, Goodyear became the football team's strength and conditioning coach. In 2012, Goodyear became the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the entire Huntingdon athletic program.
As the Director of Strength and Conditioning, Goodyear oversees program design and execution, as well as facility maintenance and scheduling for the athletic department. He is a USAW Sports Performance coach, CrossFit certified instructor, Tactical Athlete Kettlebell Instructor and holds specialty certifications in Olympic lifting, Powerlifting and Group Exercise. He is also a professional member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Huntingdon's offensive linemen have consistently performed at a high level under Goodyear's leadership. In 2009, the offensive line paved the way as Huntingdon averaged 561.5 yards of offense per game and finished as the No. 1 ranked offense in Division III. The Hawks finished the 2010 season ranked 21st nationally in total offense were ranked 14th nationally in 2011.
Goodyear's student-athletes have also thrived in the classroom, as nine Huntingdon offensive linemen have been named to the National Football Foundation's Hampshire Honor Society in the four years of its existence.
As a student-athlete at Tennessee-Martin, Goodyear started 28 of 33 career games and was voted team captain as a junior in 1999. In 2001, as a senior at Troy, he played in every game for the Trojans' in their inaugural season in Division IA.
Goodyear also enjoyed a stellar prep career as a defensive end at Jeff Davis High School in Montgomery. The Vols were the 6A state runner-up his junior season and won the 6A championship his senior season. As a senior, he was an All-State selection and was selected to play in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game.
Goodyear earned his B.S. in Social Science & Health Science from Troy State University, and his M.S. in Adult Education from Troy University-Montgomery. He is also an Air Force Combatives Program (AFCP) Master Instructor, and is the author of the AFCP Combat Fitness Module.
He is married to the former Kyana Neller, a professional ballet dancer with the Montgomery Ballet. He is the son of Charles and Susan Goodyear and has two sisters, Amber Goodyear and Althea Cabarrao.